If a respondent fails to comply with a domestic violence order the aggrieved can report the breach to the police and the respondent can be charged with a criminal offence. These breaches are taken very seriously by the Court and can attract terms of imprisonment. If a no contact order is in place, a respondent can technically be in breach of the order even if the aggrieved contacts the respondent first. In this situation, conditions can be structured to allow a respondent to contact an aggrieved if the aggrieved gives the respondent permission in writing first.
If you have been charged with breaching a domestic violence order, we can assist you with the Court process and represent you in Court. Call us on 07 3229 4459 or follow the links below for more information on Domestic Violence.
Aitken Whyte Lawyers Brisbane
2/414 Upper Roma Street
Brisbane QLD 4000